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Maps of Non-Existent Places

by Thank You Scientist

With “more hooks than old tackle box, and more time changes than a broken pocket watch,” seven headed rock juggernaut Thank You Scientist's new full length record, "Maps of Non-Existent Places" is sure to delight adventurous music listeners everywhere.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Prelude
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2. A Salesman's Guide to Non-Existence
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3. Feed the Horses
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4. Blood On the Radio
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5. Absentee
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6. Suspicious Waveforms
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7. Carnival
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8. Concrete Swan Dive
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9. In the Company of Worms
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10. My Famed Disappearing Act
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Album Notes
The follow up to Thank You Scientist's successful "Perils of Time Travel" EP, "Maps of Non-Existent Places" is the band's first full length record. Darker, denser, more complex and heavily orchestrated, yet brimming over with infectious poppy hooks and harmonies. This is the sound of a band discovering themselves, and letting their imaginations flow freely. Shades of The Beatles and Brian Wilson (the opening a capella piece prelude), Mr. Bungle (the quirky balkan shred and 19/16 groove on the ten minute "Blood on the Radio"), 70s jazz fusion luminaries such the Brecker Brothers and Mahavishnu Orchestra (the instrumental "Suspicious Waveforms") are just a few of the maddeningly diverse influences you'll find throughout this album.

Salvatore Marrano: Vocals

Tom Monda: Fretted and Fretless Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Shamisen, Cello, Vocals

Russell Lynch: Violin, Viola, Mandolin, Vocals

Andrew Digrius: Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Trombone, Vocals

Ellis Jasenovic: Tenor and Soprano Saxophone

Greg Colacino: Bass

Odin Alvarez: Drums and Percussion

Recorded and Engineered by Jesse Cannon and Mike Oettinger at Cannon Found Soundation (Union City, NJ) April 2012. Additional Tracking on Prelude by Jeff Fariello. Mixed by Jesse Cannon, with extra ears from Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal and TYS. Mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music. All songs Copyright 2012 Thank You Scientist. Prelude written by TYS and Mark Radice.


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